Thursday, July 21, 2011
Busting Web Scams and Scammers Using the BBB
Work at home opportunities many times has scammers that have their eye on your personal information or something more sinister. Unfortunately, because our economy is what it is, this listing of scammers is growing. There are a lot of resources online to review sites and gain review information. Use these sites to educate yourself or receive feedback and information to protect you from these online internet scams or scammers.
There are so many people searching for a source of income and turning to work at home or online employment opportunities that the bad along with the good people are advertising services available for work at home prospects. Make certain that companies, websites or other online prospects are really what and who they say they are. Find out before investing any information if a business is a scam or internet fraud.
There are several resources that you can use to gain information on websites that advertise work at home opportunities and if they are legitimate. However, one that has been around for quite some time and continues to provide legitimate information is the Better Business Bureau or the BBB.
A great source for online as well as any brick and mortar company dealings and legitimacy is the Better Business Bureau. This website allows you to check out any business and provide you with information on internet scams and business scams. They will advise you if a business is genuine and if they have received any complaints on the business.
The BBB (Better Business Bureau) also has a blog for scams and tips. The Better Business Bureau supplies readers with a business inquiry, auto inquiry and military line for assistance with businesses you are searching for information about. With an enormous online database, feel confident in visiting their site and getting the information you need and want. http://www.bbb.org/
Remember that not only is the BBB there for advising you of internet scams, this is your resource to report an internet scam. Work at home scams are growing and if you even suspect you have found one, please report it for investigation.
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